Photo Flash: Wicked Day in London Oct.28
The record breaking West End musical Wicked, held its second Halloween "Wicked Day" on Sunday, October 28 between 11AM - 4PM at London's newest shopping venue, Cardinal Place, right in the heart of Victoria.
"Wicked Day" is a free annual event that coincides with Halloween and features Wicked -themed activities for all the family including Cast appearances, an exclusive exhibition of costumes and props from the show, face-painting, fancy dress contests, quizzes and games. Local students from Pimlico Specialist Music at Pimlico School and also the marching band 'Distant Thunder Drum and Bugle Corps' will join in the fun by performing their renditions of some of the songs from the show.
Wicked, the smash hit musical that tells the untold story of the legendary witches from L. Frank Baum's classic The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, has just entered its second spellbinding year at London's Apollo Victoria Theatre and has already been seen by over 850,000 people since it opened.
Wicked is proud to support the local SW1 community and, together with the South Westminster Renewal Partnership, will offer those who attend on the day the chance to help support the fundraising efforts of the local community centre, the Abbey Centre's, 'Green Appeal' to create a community garden.
Photos by Simon Webb
The "Wicked Day" crowd